Interesting — but not recommended for some people: it is real, so some might call it “graphic” or “brutal,” even though the hunting and gathering of food is the same as what we humans do (though some humans do much, much “worse.”)

Red-tailed Hawk Feathers (14Sept2022)

Compare on The Feather Atlas. On Wikipedia, they say in the entry “Red-tailed Hawk:” “Generally it favors varied habitats with open woodland, woodland edge and open terrain. It is legally protected in Canada, Mexico, and the United States by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. … The red-tailed hawk is one of the largest members of …

Egyptian Geese (6Sept2022)

In “Egyptian Goose Alopochen aegyptiaca,” they say on Audubon” “Native to Africa, this odd goose is popular in zoos and aviaries. Escaped birds have established wild populations in Florida, Texas, and California, and free-flying escapees are sometimes seen elsewhere.” In “Egyptian Goose,” they say on Wikipedia: “This is a largely terrestrial species, which will also …